Papers (edition 2013)

Panel 1 – States and International Governmental Organizations: The Blurry Line

Chair: Robert Kissack (IBEI)

  • Rise and decline of International Organizations: The effects of member states‘ preferences on the shifting positions within networks, Florian Ries (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena). Video removed at author’s request.
  • International Organizations as Meta-Organizations, Göran Ahrne (Stockholm University), Nils Brunsson (University of Uppsala), Dieter Kerwer (University of Antwerp)
  • Self-Reflecting Practices and the Behavior of International Organizations: the UN Non-Intervention in the Rwandan Genocide, Jelena Cupać (European University Institute)

Panel 2 – Non-State Actors and New Modes of Global Governance

Chair: Jacint Jordana (IBEI-UPF)

  • Organizational Design and Legitimacy: A Case-study of Eco-Certification Systems, Axel Marx (KU Leuven)
  • Private Participation in IGOs: Emerging Market Firms and the World Trade Organisation, Steve McGuire (Aberystwyth University)
  • Global Governance by Network: Designed from the outside in or from the inside out?, Nina Boeger (University of Bristol) and Joseph Corkin (Middlesex University)

Panel 3 – Global Governance Approaches to Risks and the Market

Chair: Angel Saz-Carranza (ESADEgeo)

  • Multilateral Climate Change Funds and the Governance of Climate Risks, Orr Karassin (The Open University, Israel)
  • The Political Economy of Transnational Regulatory Regimes in Global Finance. Basel II, Financial Stability and Deficient Political Control Mechanisms, Roman Goldbach (University of Göttingen)
  • Comparing the “four pillars” of global economic governance: A critical analysis of the institutional design of the FSB, the IMF, the World Bank and the WTO, Jan Wouters and Jed Odermatt (KU Leuven)

Panel 4 – International Governmental Organizations Design in Flux

Chair: Nico Krisch (IBEI – ICREA)

  • Keeping the Arctic ‘Cold’: The Rise of Plurilateral Diplomacy, Corneliu Bjola (University of Oxford). Video removed at author’s request.
  • Inclusive and “Informal” Global Governance of G20: From a Transaction Cost Perspective , Lin Ren (Freie Universität Berlin)
  • Institutional Design of Global Governance: Power and Autonomy of the Heads of International Governmental Organizations, Xavier Fernandez i Marín, Angel Saz-Carranza and Marie Vandendriessche (ESADEgeo)

Panel 5 – Inclusiveness and Legitimacy in Global Governance

Chair: Xavier Fernández-i-Marín (ESADEgeo)

  • Transnational Communities and their Role in the Dynamics of Global Governance – The Case of Competition, Marie-Laure Djelic (ESSEC Business School)
  • Legitimizing Institutions through De-Politicising Practices: Trade Liberalization at the World Trade Organization, Bill Paterson (University of Stirling)
  • International Organizations and the Challenge of Inclusivity Hayley Stevenson (University of Sheffield),

Panel 6 – Inter-Organizational Coordination and Effectiveness

Chair: Carlos Losada (ESADE)

  • Inter-organisational governance in crisis management. The case of UN-EU cooperation, Manuela Scheuermann (Universität Würzburg)
  • Energy governance in East Asia: Regional and global implications, Caterina García, Pablo Pareja (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)